In Science and Religion, required
Barbour, Ian. When Science Meets Religion: Enemies, Partners, or Strangers? San Franciso, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 2000.
Hefner, Philip. “The Human Factor: Created Co-Creator as Symbol.” Unpublished speech. October 30, 1999, Ireland.
Peacocke, Arthur. “The Sound of Sheer Silence: How Does God Communicate with Humanity?” In Neuroscience and the Person: Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action, eds. Robert John Russell, Nancey Murphy, Theo C. Meyering, and Michael A. Arbib, 215-247. Vatican City State: Vatican Observatory Publications and Berkeley, CA: The Center for Theology and Natural Sciences, 1999.
Russell, Robert John. “A Fresh Exploration of the Cosmic Christ.” Unpublished paper, 1993.
________. “Bodily Resurrection, Eschatology, and Scientific Cosmology: The Mutual Creative Interaction of Christian Theology and Natural Science.” Unpublished paper, August 2001, Heidelberg.
________. “Contemplation: A Scientific Context,” Continuum (December, 1990): 135-153.
________. “Cosmology from Alpha to Omega," Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science (December, 1994): 557-577.
________. Theology and Science: Current Issues and Future Directions. The Center for Theology and Natural Sciences, 2000. (CTNS website www.ctns.org).
________. "Does 'The God Who Acts' Really Act? New Approaches to Divine Action in Light of Science." In Theology Today 54 (1, April 1997): 43-65.
Santmire, Paul. The Travail of Nature: The Ambiguous Ecological Promise of Christian Theology. Philadelphia, PA: Fortress Press, 1985.
In Science and Religion, optional:
Barbour, Ian G. “Creation and Cosmology.” In Cosmos as Creation : Theology and Science in Consonance, ed. Ted Peters, 115-151. Nashville : Abingdon Press, 1989.
Hefner, Philip. “Nature as God’s Great Project” and “A Theology of the Created Co-Creator.” In The Human Factor: Evolution, Culture, and Religion. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 1993.
Peters, Ted. “Cosmos as Creation.” In Cosmos as Creation : Theology and Science in Consonance. Ted Peters, ed., Nashville : Abingdon Press,1989.
Russell, Robert John. “Cosmology, Creation, and Contingency.” In Cosmos as Creation : Theology and Science in Consonance, ed. Ted Peters, 172-209. Nashville : Abingdon Press, 1989.
Santmire, Paul H. “The Future of the Cosmos and the Renewal of the Church's Life with Nature.” In Cosmos as Creation : Theology and Science in Consonance. Ted Peters, ed., Nashville : Abingdon Press,1989.
Scientific Perspectives on Divine Action series by CTNS and the Vatican Observatory. Especially:
Ellis, George F.R. “Ordinary and Extraordinary Divine Action; The Nexus of Interaction.” In Chaos and Complexity, 359-395.
Murphy, Nancey. “Divine Action in the Natural Order: Buridan’s Ass and Schrödinger’s Cat.” In Chaos and Complexity, 325-357.
Barbour, Ian. “Five Models of God and Evolution.“ In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 419-442.
Birch, Charles. “Neo-Darwinism, Self-organization, and Divine Action.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 225-248.
Clifford, Anne M. “Darwin’s Revolution in The Origin of Species: A Hermeneutical Study of the Movement from Natural Theology to Natural Selection.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 281-302.
Edwards, Denis. “Original Sin and Saving Grace in Evolutionary Context.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 377-392.
Murphy, Nancey. “Supervenience and the Nonreductability of Ethics to Biology.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 463-490.
Peacocke, Arthur. “Biological Evolution – A Positive Theological Appraisal.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 357-376.
Russell, Robert John. “Special Providence and Genetic Mutation: A New Defense of Theistic Evolution.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 191-223.
Tracy, Thomas F. “Evolution, Divine Action,a dn the Problem of Evil.” In Evolutionary and Molecular Biology, 511-530.
Kerr, Fergus. “The Modern Philosophy of Self in Recent Theology.” In Neuroscience and the Person, 23-40.
Murphy, Nancey. “Supervenience and the Downward Efficacy of the Mental: A Nonreductive Physicalist Account of Human Action.” In Neuroscience and the Person, 147-164.
Thomas, Owen. God’s Activity in the World. Chico, CA: Scholars Press, 1983.
In Biblical Studies and Nature, required:
Newsom, Carol A. "The Moral Sense of Nature: Ethics in the Light of God's Speech to Job." In Princeton Seminary Bulletin N.S. 15 (1, 1994): 9-27.
Tucker, Gene M. "Rain on a Land Where No One Lives: The Hebrew Bible on the Environment." In Journal of Biblical Literature 116 (1, 1997): 3-17.
In Biblical Studies and Nature, optional:
Newsom, Carol A. "Job." In New International Bible Commentary, Vol. 4, 319-339, 595-632. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 1990.
Simpkins, Ronald A. Creator and Creation: Nature in the Worldview of Ancient Israel. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1994.
In Christian Spiritual Discernment:
Delbecq, AndreL., Elizabeth Liebert, John Mostyn, Paul Nutt, and Gordan Walter. “Discernment and Strategic Decision Making.” Unpublished paper, 2002.
Dyckman, Katherine, Mary Garvin, and Elizabeth Liebert. “Grounding in Truth: Principle and Foundation.” In The Spiritual Exercises Reclaimed: Uncovering LIberating Possibilities for Women, 85-111. New York, NY: Paulist Press, 2001.
Eliade, Mircea, et al., eds. “Religious Experience.” In The Encyclopedia of Religion, 16 vols. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1987.
Endres, John C. and Elizabeth Liebert. “Singing to God in Worship: Psalms of Praise.” In A Retreat with the Psalms: Resources of Personal and Communal Prayer. New York, NY: Paulist Press, 2001.
Lane, Beldan C. “Spirituality as the Performance of Desire: Calvin on the World as a Theatre of God’s Glory.” In Spiritus 1.1(2001): 1-30.
Malatesta, Edward. Discernment of Spirits, trans. Innocentia Richards, in Dictionnaire de Spiritualité Ascetique et Mystique, vol. III , cols. 1222-1291 by Jacques Guillet, Gustav Bardy, François Vandenbroucke, Joseph Pegon, and Henri Martin.
Schmitt, Miriam, O.S.B. “Hildegard of Bingen: Veritas, Web of Greening Life-Energy: I.” The American Benedictine Review 50 (3, September, 1999): 253-276.
________. “Hildegard of Bingen: Veritas, Web of Greening Life-Energy: II.” The American Benedictine Review 50 (4, December, 1999): 357-380.
In the Popular Literature, required:
Begley, Sharon. “Searching for the God Within.” In Newsweek January 29, 2001: 59.
________. “Religion and the Brain.” In Newsweek may 7, 2001: 50-57.
In the Popular Literature, optional:
Newberg, Andrew B., Eugene D’Aquili, and Vince Rause. Why God Won’t Go Away: Brainscience and the Biology of Belief. New York, NY: Ballantine Books, 2001.